ISMISS TURKEY
2011

4th ISMISS Congress in Turkey on Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery and Interventional Treatments / 3th TURKMISS

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Tolgay SATANA, MD

Course Coordinator

“Beauty of style and harmony and grace and good rhythm depend on simplicity.”

(Plato)

We would not be overly ambitious to apply Plato’s maxim to simplifying surgical treatments. To name a few would include successful results of minimally invasive and endoscopic surgeries on failed back syndrome; simple surgical drainage, even on severe diskitis, instead of complicated surgeries; percutaneous endoscopic posterior cervical applications; and contralateral endoscopic approaches.

In the ISMISS guide, the term MISS means causing less trauma. The Fourth ISMISS Congress in Turkey continues its objective with the topic, “Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery.” In 2011, the world’s most advanced authorities will once again participate in this event. In this regard, there is now a more imminent preference for endoscopic surgery when desiring less traumatic methods in today’s applications. Making it even more possible to identify disk and foramen endoscopic lesions and treatments are HD camera systems – which heighten human perception multiple times – and greater recording, archiving and classifying potential, with or without various robotic-navigation or targeting systems.

Because of spine problems in joint surgery, in addition to macroscopic or microscopic examinations, the necessity of examining without bleeding by using natural gas or liquid must be indicated to observe unattended conditions for identifying the pathologies of tissues. In this respect, new surgical solutions will be accessible through the guidance of our endoscopy ISMISS sessions. Organized on a scientific platform, the sessions will focus on surgical approaches along with multidisciplinary approaches, while encouraging team work and highlighting the philosophy of algorithmic treatment.

Each year we have continued to point out innovative studies on minimal invasive surgery. The approved studies will be strongly encouraged during this period. We have also reiterated the principle, Primum nil nocere, or “first, do no harm,” with respect to MISS – which first appeared alongside traditional surgeries but has now moved to the forefront. We invite our colleagues to an academic festive on our scientific platform.

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Organizing Comitee

Honorary President

Daniel Gastambide

Phil Sun Choi

President

Sang-Ho Lee

Past President

Hansjoerg Leu

Elected President

Vladimir Radchenko

Pain Course Coordinator

Ibrahim Yegul

Course Secretariat

Burkay Kutluhan Kaçıra

Kamil Barlas

Basic Principles

Ayhan Comert

Wolfgang Rausching

Endoscopic Tecniques

Mehmet Medet Yıldız

Murat Erguven

Pain Therapy

Burcu Candan

Elvan Erhan

Figen Yagmur Aslan

Taylan Temel

Less Invasive

Ali ihsan Işık

Murat Bezer

Mustafa Anter

Course Coordinator

Tolgay Satana

Faculty

Akira Dezawa

Anthony Yeung

Antonio Carlos Rezoagli

Ayhan Comert

Burkay Kacira

Carlo A. Todaro

Cem Calli

Elvan Erhan

Emiliano Passacantilli

Figen Yagmur Aslan

Fujio Ito

Gun Choi

Hansjörg Leu

Ibrahim Yegul

Jean Destandau

John Shepperd

Kyung-Hoon Kim

Lester Wilson

Martin Knight

Michael Schubert

Mohamed Alfawareh

Mohamed Mohi Eldin

Munehito Yoshida

Murat Erguven

Nizar Natout

Nurettin Lüleci

Ozhan Akinci

Pil Sun Choi

Shahaydar Shatursunov

Sang-Ho Lee

Satishchandra Gore

Sebastian Luetern

Stefan Hellinger

Taylan Akkaya

Thomas Hoogland

Thomas Lübbers

Tolgay Satana

Vladimir Radchenko

Wolfgang Raushning

Yucel Kanpolat